St. Andrews Golf House is just a short stroll to anywhere in the historic university town. The Old Course, cathedral ruins and castle, as well as the West Sands beach (made famous in the filming of Chariots of Fire) takes but a few enjoyable minutes to reach on foot via the many walkways that dissect this wonderful town. St Andrews is a town begging to be explored and discovered -- one ancient medieval building and pub at a time. Oh, and there is the fact that St Andrews is possibly the greatest golfing destination in the World.
Beautifully appointed with elegant contemporary pieces that offer a nod to Scottish tradition as well as classic antique furnishings -- the house is beautiful, cozy and above all comfortable. Once you sink into one of our down-filled leather chairs, single malt in hand and golf on the 50-inch HD “telly” -- you’ll not want to get up. The circa 1890 Scottish oak dining table seats eight comfortably, so there is no need to go out every night for dinner -- stay in, cook and enjoy each others company in this very special home.
The fully equipped gourmet kitchen is perfect for social cooking and entertaining. Featuring state-of-the-art amenities to include custom appliances, 40-bottle wine refrigerator, ice-maker, 6-burner gas range, French country sink, granite counter-tops and seating for four -- affording a social setting, while partaking in the joy of cooking.
Reminisce about the day’s round while enjoying a cigar and a scotch in our cedar roofed “Cigar Pavilion”. This hand-built, eight-seat heated pavilion provides the perfect space to enjoy the long sunlit nights, which are a staple of Scotland’s summers. Situated in the garden, the pavilion overlooks a three-hole links inspired putting green, which was designed and built by renowned greens keeper, Andy Campbell -- former superintendent at Ireland’s famed Loch Erne Golf Club. Additionally, we’ve placed an American style barbeque grill near by so grill up some steaks and enjoy this incredible outdoor space.
St Andrews Golf House, 30 James Street, St. Andrews, Scotland, KY16 8YA